Sev­en­ty per­cent of vot­ers believe Biden has hurt econ­o­my or left it unchanged: Poll

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s eco­nom­ic agen­da is a major fac­tor amid grow­ing con­cern in the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty that the pres­i­den­t’s reelec­tion bid is in trou­ble.
Accord­ing to a new poll from the Finan­cial Times and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Michigan’s Ross School of Busi­ness, 70% of vot­ers think Biden’s eco­nom­ic plans have hurt Amer­i­ca’s econ­o­my or had no impact on it. Thir­ty-three per­cent of vot­ers say Bide­nomics has “hurt the econ­o­my a lot,” while only 26% believe his poli­cies have helped.
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Vot­ers’ out­look for the econ­o­my has dropped as wor­ries about ris­ing prices and infla­tion plague Biden’s reelec­tion cam­paign. The top con­cerns tran­scend par­ty lines, as Democ­rats, Repub­li­cans, and inde­pen­dents are all uneasy about price increas­es. Eighty-two per­cent of respon­dents say price increas­es are their No. 1 finan­cial stress, and three-quar­ters of them feel it will be the largest threat to the e …